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a·lu·mi·nat·ed

(ă-lū'mi-nā-ted),
Containing alum.

a·lu·mi·nat·ed

(ă-lūmi-nā-tĕd)
Containing alum.
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Table-1 shows the textural properties of calcium aluminate. The highest surface area of calcium aluminate (Ca12Al14O33) reached to 41.2 m2*g-1 (average of three replicates), which is fairly comparable to the reported surface area (0.9-68.9 m2*g-1) of calcium aluminate [5, 7-10, 12].
Radiopacity evaluation of calcium aluminate cement containing different radiopacifying agents.
The characteristic values of corrosion intensity and resistivity (expressed as ohmic drop data) of calcium aluminate cement (CAC) mortars exposed to chloride-containing environments are presented.
Bizzozero, "Hydration and dimensional stability of calcium aluminate cement based systems," Ph.D.
Calcium aluminate oxide (mayenite) has been only detected in XRD of hydrated NeoMTA Plus.
"Recent progress in advanced optical materials based on gadolinium aluminate garnet (Gd3Al5O12)" http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1468-6996/16/1/014902
The BE contrast between alite and belite is relatively strong, but that between belite and cubic tricalcium aluminate is generally too low to rely on contrast to distinguish them.
The abovementioned facts can be considered among the reasons for the faster modification of bone damages in the group of mixed nano silicate calcium in the presence of only 2% of tricalcium aluminate nanoparticles.
The formation of and mechanism for phosphorescence in strontium aluminate phosphors have been thoroughly investigated, with Sr[Al.sub.2][O.sub.4]:[Eu.sup.2+], [Dy.sup.3+] phosphors as one of the most studied hosts and a major host for long afterglow commercial products.
Sodium aluminate, HCl, HAc, NaAc, Zn[(Ac).sub.2], N[H.sub.3] x [H.sub.2]O, KF, and EDTA were used for chemical purity.